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Diversity Data Are Misleading - Walt Gardner's Reality Check - Education Week - January 01, 1970
The truth about diversity data is more nuanced than what taxpayers have been led to believe.
Pronouncing Students' Names Correctly Should Be a Big Deal - Education Week - January 01, 1970
As a South Asian American student, Punita Chhabra Rice spent over a decade mispronouncing her own name to make it easier for teachers to say. Now that sheâ€™s an educator, Rice shares eight pronunciation tips for teachers of students from diverse backgrounds on how to get names right the first time.
Give Teachers a Voice in Education Reform - Education Week - January 01, 1970
Here are four guiding principles for a more robust public education system, from the leaders of the Teacher Union Reform Network.
Spotlight on English-Language Learners - Education Week - January 01, 1970
Rural schools are tackling unique challenges to provide a quality education to their students. In this Spotlight, see how schools are expanding access to hard-to-staff courses, building up talented teacher workforces, and developing place-based lessons to reach promising students.
Can Schools Be Inclusive? Examine The Data. - Leadership 360 - Education Week - January 01, 1970
We can't anticipate every storm and we may grow weary of trying. But, the ground of civil rights seems to be shaking and it merits watching.